A 35-year-old male asked:
Can a 36m with clean echo stress and lipids last jan, no risk fac get angina? chronic mild left arm pain with sporadic localized chest pain no sob
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Cardiology 49 years experience
Prob Not: First of all, unless you R a serious Diabetic, chest pain not chronic & mild from CorArtDis. I would think this is from cervicle nerves & arthritis. Have you had car accident? Do you smoke? Would consider Chest XRAY w additional overexposed image of LUQ of Chest to make sure nothing in that region. See your internist and have him examine you and auscultate chest and get xray.
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Dr. Richard Zimon commented
Internal Medicine 61 years experience
There is a form of "vasospastic" angina....discuss with your Cardiologist!
Jan 9, 2016
Last updated Sep 26, 2016
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